Stockyards Hotel

109 E Exchange Ave, Fort Worth, Texas, 76106, United States
#3 of 110 hotels in Fort Worth
Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 9 reviews
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Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 31, 2010

The best place to stay for Texas Hospitality and entertainment. Stayed here while celebrating our 40th anniversary and were geninuely impressed. The western atmosphere made us feel right at home. The Bonne and Clyde room was spacious, comfortable and had a great view of the shopping district. Would highly recommend this a hotel of choice while visiting the historical district. Look forward to visiting and staying again soon.

Unique Quality: Hotel staff were friendly, courteous and very helpful in guiding us around.

Directions: Historical district

Night From Hell

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 18, 2007

My dad was turning 68 and I thought I would take him down to the stockyards for a night out at Booger Reds and then stay in the Stockyards Hotel..
We got to our room around 11pm and the rest of the night we were awakened by kids raising cain outside the door all night..not to mention being right beside the elevator didn't help either...Room 201...never stay in that room. When I complained to the front desk the next morning, noone seemed to care, management was in meeting and I was told that my number would be given to management...but as of today and another phone call into the hotel...still no call...ALthough, I was charged $186 for my horrible nights stay..when I called for a printout of the charges, the woman on the other end of the phone was not only rude but said she couldn't find anything on here computer that I had even stayed there. Bottom line: THIS PLACE IS A JOKE..

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An Infamous Hotel

by written on August 19, 2006

While visiting The Stockyards of Ft. Worth, we came across the Stockyards Hotel. Our guide informed us that the infamous bankrobbers Bonnie and Clyde stayed here at one time. In fact, the hotel has a suite named after them in which a .38 revolver of Bonnie's is displayed. The hotel opened its doors for business 90 years ago.

A charming Western theme welcomes one to the lobby. Tufted Leather sofas create a comfortable sitting area and pretty plants soften the decor. Off to one side, a lounge advertising Buffalo Butt Beer serves adult beverages. Yes, that's a Buffalo Butt in the photo.

We did not lodge here, but the rates for two adults during the weekday are from $109-$169; the weekends from $189-$199. The location of the Stockyards Hotel makes it a great place to stay if you desire to be in the historic area. However, there are many other hotels in Ft. Worth from which to chose.

UPDATE:On a recent visit to Ft. Worth we noticed that the hotel lobby has been polished up a bit, recovering its former glory days!

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Stockyards Hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 5, 2006

This is chosen by many to be the ultimate hotel for the Stockyards experience. It is set in a handsome restored building. Historically, the hotel goes back to the beginning of the 20th century. It is chosen by many to be the ideal spot for a honeymoon after being married in the Stockyards Station. This hotel places the visitor right in the middle of the action and is well decorated in a western theme. It is expensive to stay here, therefore I would recommend it for a special occasion.

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Outlaw Hotel

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 5, 2005

I did not stay here but Bonnie and Clyde di as did The Sundance Kid.
Went in on the ground floor and was done out all olde worlde.

Unique Quality: Has a door into the bar next door (Booger Reds).

Directions: On the high st of the Stock yards

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Miss Molly’s Hotel

by written on October 22, 2004

Originally this was a very upstanding boarding house but later became a bordello. The hotel was built in 1910 and occupies the second floor. The Star Café is below the hotel and it is one of the oldest in the stockyards. The breakfast room has a stained glass skylight and you can enjoy coffee, tea and juice with fresh fruit and speciality breads.

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Victorian, Mountain Man, Cowboy or Native American

by written on September 15, 2004

I have not stayed in this hotel. Information from their website.

"Erected by Colonel William Thannisch at the corner of Main and Exchange Streets in 1907, the hotel was often home in its early days to cattle barons and their families as well as traveling cowboys, merchants and foreign dignitaries. Later known as the Chandler Hotel and the Plaza Hotel, the property served as a popular hang-out for cowboys and ranchers. Rooms were inexpensive, and each floor offered bathrooms shared by occupants.

"In 1984, the hotel was completely renovated by then-owners Tom Yater and Marshall Young. Young and Yater created the 52-room layout of suites and sleeping rooms still in use today.

"Purchased by BFX Hospitality Group in 1996, the Stockyards Hotel once again underwent another extensive two year renovation to create the quietly elegant, well-appointed ambiance enjoyed by travelers from around the world. All sleeping rooms are uniquely fashioned in one of four period decors: Victorian, Mountain Man, Cowboy or Native American."

The Register of Historic Places, the National Trust and the Historic Hotels of America have recognized Fort Worth's legendary Stockyards Hotel:

Unique Quality: Their website also says:

Saloons Within Crawling Distance

Cowtown USA
Cowboy Cat's
White Elephant
The Longhorn
Billy Bob's Texas
The Cadillac
*Booger Red's Saloon

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Simply the best

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 2, 2003

Every room has an old west theme. My particular room had a Cowhide cover headboard, wooden Shutters, and western lamps and other little things.

Unique Quality: The lobby is just what you would have expected if you lived in the late 1800s. The connecting Restaraunt called "Booger Red's" has a bar with saddles for bar stools.

Directions: Main Street, and Exhange Street. Right in the Heart of it all.

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Right In The Heart Of The Stockyards

by written on September 12, 2002

Stockyards Hotel was built in 1907 and has been used by rich cattle barons, country and western music singers and apparently the odd outlaw on occasion. The lobby features lots of polished wood and brass and furniture upholstered in hair-side-up cowhide. There is also an attractive selection of south-western art. There are 52 guest rooms upstairs which also carry the theme with more south-estern paintings.

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Address: 109 E Exchange Ave, Fort Worth, Texas, 76106, United States

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